Ryan Garcia dismisses VADA, is investigating B sample and supplements

Boxing sensation Ryan Garcia has stirred controversy with his recent outburst against the VADA after testing positive for a ostarine and nandrolone. In a fiery response, Garcia dismissed the agency’s findings, labeling it an “inside job” and a “con job.”

The young boxer faced off against Devin Haney earlier last month. However, the bout was not for the belt after Garcia missed weight.

In a candid interview, Garcia vehemently denied any wrongdoing, attributing the positive test result to tainted supplements. “This is straight bulls*it, bro,” Garcia exclaimed. “I test positive, and it’s like, what the heck do I do? I’ve been tested for months, and suddenly, on the last day, I test positive? That’s some A1 bulls*it.”

Garcia has requested a B sample test to verify the initial result, which he believes will exonerate him. “I’ve got professionals looking over all my supplements to see if it was tainted, and we’re gonna figure it out,” he assured.

The boxer’s ire was also aimed at Victor Conte, the founder of VADA, who Garcia accused of being a “piece of s*it.” Conte, a former professional baseball player, was banned from the sport in 2005 for his involvement in the BALCO doping scandal. Garcia questioned how Conte, given his tainted past, could be trusted to design a fair testing system. “How can we trust somebody that was banned from baseball, and then comes to our sport and designs the testing that tested me positive? Bro, if you guys don’t think this is an inside job, you got another thing coming for you, and I’m gonna prove it.”

Furthermore, Garcia dismissively responded to Devin Haney’s recent statement, in which Haney expressed no interest in a rematch. “He’s sorry. His face is still f*cked up. He could barely speak. Yeah, no rematch, either, because I’m for sure gonna win. I won’t even ask his dad to save him anymore. I asked him, his dad f*cked up his life. He’s never gonna be the same. Apologies.”

As the boxing world continues to grapple with the implications of Garcia’s positive test, the disgruntled boxer is adamant that he will clear his name. “I don’t really give a f*ck. I don’t have to prove myself. I know Victor Conte is a piece of s*it. So, at the end of the day, how can we trust him?”

The controversy surrounding Garcia’s positive test has sparked a heated debate within the boxing community, prompting questions about the effectiveness of VADA’s testing protocols and the credibility of its founder. As the investigation unfolds, fans and pundits alike will be watching with bated breath to see how this drama unfolds.